A car has flipped onto its roof, causing long delays on the A1071 in Hintlesham.
Students at both a primary and preschool are self isolating after a member of staff and a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
A 13-year-old cyclist has been left with wounds after being knocked off his bike by a motorist who then drove away.
Four people have been arrested after around 50 wraps of suspected class A drug wraps and drug paraphernalia were seized during a drug search in Sudbury.
A dog unit has been called to Sudbury after a suspect evaded the police following a car chase though Suffolk.
Tributes have been paid to a ‘larger than life’ father-of-five who died following a crash on the A14.
Thousands of people will be eligible for this year’s flu vaccine and a number of new controls will be in place to ensure their safety during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic - including one surgery offering drive-thru appointments.
An “unbelievably loud bang” which woke up residents across Suffolk this morning was not caused by an RAF fighter jet, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) have said.
Pubs, bars and restaurants in England will be forced to close by 10pm from Thursday, Boris Johnson is set to announce.
More than 100 students at schools across Suffolk are currently self-isolating after a number of pupils or staff tested positive for coronavirus.
An “unbelievably loud bang” woke up residents across Suffolk this morning, prompting questions over its origin.
People should work from home “if possible”, cabinet minister Michael Gove has said.
A Suffolk headteacher has said schools could become the “last line of defence” if they are not protected by an “easy and accessible” testing regime, with coronavirus cases looking set to rise.
A coordination centre set up to keep children in school is ready to take action to prevent further coronavirus outbreaks.
A man who died while on an exotic cruise holiday developed an infection after falling over a kerb while on a Caribbean island, an inquest has heard.
A number of students at Farlingaye High School are self-isolating after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
Rail franchising has effectively been ended - after measures to keep trains running during the Covid-19 crisis were extended by the Department for Transport (DfT).
Suffolk schools are preparing a plethora of virtual tools to help parents and students pick where to go next September.
Lorry trips to and from Hadleigh Quarry could rise by 1,500% if plans to increase capacity are granted.
An Ipswich high school has asked a form class to self-isolate after a student tested positive for coronavrius.
The Red Arrows are set to fly over Suffolk today as part of RAF Mildenhall’s Birthday Bash.
Plans for a new 60-space car park and multi-use sports pitch on the ground of a community college are set to be debated.
A doctor of art has praised Ipswich’s new “Banksy-style” artwork for its political message, after it emerged in the town centre over the weekend.
The organisers of Stowmarket Carnival have announced the cancellation of the 2021 festival.
Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter has warned NHS staff could be “undermined” if issues with the government’s testing system are not resolved within three weeks.
Plans for a new 210-home estate in Thurston have been granted after a three-hour long meeting.
An “emotive” light show to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the played out in the skies over Great Britain between July and October 1940, on September 15.
Thieves who left bereaved parents heartbroken after vandalising an Ipswich park’s remembrance tree may have also stolen a CCTV security camera overlooking the site.
A stolen digger was used by burglars to smash their way out of a business in Great Waldingfield after they took a ton of batteries.
The plans, which would see the homes built on land east of Ixworth Road in the Suffolk village, have previously been discussed by Mid Suffolk District Council’s planning committee.
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